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Born: Established: 1981 ;
Gender: Male
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Heritage: Indian
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In 2013 Dr Amit Sarwal was Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation (CCG), Deakin University. He is the Founding Convenor of Australia-India Interdisciplinary Research Network (AIIRN). He has taught in the Department of English at SGND Khalsa College and Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, India.

He was an Honorary Visiting Scholar (2006-2007) at Monash University as an Endeavour Asia Award winner. His areas of interest include South Asian Diaspora Literature, Australian Literature and Popular Fiction on which he has organised and presented in many conferences and published in various journals and books.

He has co-edited a number of books on Australian studies, latest being: Wanderings in India: Australian Perceptions (2012); Bridging Imaginations: South Asian Diaspora in Australia (2013); and Enriched Relations: Public Diplomacy in Australia-Indian Relations (2013). Sarwal has been a regular visitor to Australia since 2006.

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  • Dr Sarwal has also published and delivered papers on South Asians in Australia through the lenses of pedagogical experience, language, film, and narrative.
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